A client from Northport, New York hired me to Feng Shui their home and in particular, asked me to assess the energy of their baby's bedroom. They observed, since she’s been sleeping inside her crib, each night she crys.
After reviewing the baby's furniture arrangement from a Feng Shui perspective, it became very obvious why their daughter was reacting negatively to the layout of the room.
The diagram above illustrates the original baby's bedroom layout
Two main problems to be aware of
1. Avoid placing the baby's crib along a bathroom wall. In Western Feng Shui this is called, “sha” energy, or “drain” energy. Bathroom pipes act like geopathic stress points inside the home. Symptoms felt, could be a person feeling tired, sick, or emotionally unstable. In my client's case, their baby cries all the time when sleeping in her crib at night.
2. Arrange the crib in a "commanding position." This allows the baby to feel protected and supported energetically and psychologically. The ideal set up is to position the crib between two corners within the bedroom. The corners become the metaphor of parents cradling their baby at night when sleeping. When choosing a corner, be sure to select one that is NOT IN ALIGNMENT with the bedroom doorway.
The diagram above illustrates the suggested Feng Shui solutions
My clients moved the crib away from the bathroom wall and repositioned it to be in a commanding position so their daughter could feel more supported at night when sleeping.
Feng Shui expert with 21+ years of experience. She provides bicoastal consultations and workshops for residential, real estate developments, Fortune 500 companies, and healing facilities. She is currently conducting research for her upcoming book that focuses on bridging the gap between the ancient wisdom of Feng Shui and modern day science to establish the practice of Feng Shui as a credible form of health care.